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geological repository into the high-energy physics program within the department of energy's office of science for the development of a 21st century solution to this problem. the high-energy physics program is currently researching and developing as we to -- ways to use accelerating technology to reduce the toxicity of nuclear waste, transforming it into a stable, less hazardous form. according to a report released by the department of energy, quote, the united states, which has traditionally led the world in the development and application of accelerator technology, now lags behind other nations and in many cases and the gap is growing, end quote. the report concludes that, quote, to achieve particle acceleraters to address national challenges will require a sustained focus on developing transformative technological opportunities accompanied by changes in national programs and policy, end quote. other countries have already made significant investments in the research and development of accelerator technology that will help make long-term storage facilities like the facilities supp
are revised by reducing the amount made available for department of energy, energy programs, fossil energy research and development, and increasing the amount made available -- mr. lynch: i ask unanimous consent that the amendment be considered as read. the chair: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman is recognized for five minutes on his amendment. mr. lynch: thank you, mr. chairman. first of all, i want to thank the chairman, the distinguished gentleman from new jersey, and also ms. kaptur from ohio, our ranking member, for the great work they've done. in spite of the fact that many members are coming up with can -- up with refining amendments, i do want to acknowledge the great work they've done, for example, on the manufacturing piece that's in this bill, as well as the harbor maintenance trust fund, which has been amply funded and is so important to a lot of the coastal communities. myself representing the porlt of boston and -- port of boston and a large swath of the south shore of massachusetts, some beautiful cities and towns, i do appreciate the work that they've done. howe
of this energy, more than the entire middle east combined and don't tap into it. >> where is your tie? . all right. this is a -- >> this is a question. >> this is 18th year now. i was here from day one, and i don't like wearing ties. i wear jeans and sneakers every night on hanity. and you come in first thing. no tie, you get no tie. i hate wearing a tie. >> i got to tell you sean. first day we sat down and one thing we shock hands. tie or no tie. >> just for you. >> and you know where i get the toys from? trump? >> i wear the trump collection and nicest toys out there. >> we'll leave it there. thank you so muchment >> coming up our crew is here and ready to roll. walmart telling dc see ya. and city forcing them to hike the men mum wage to 12.50 an hour and walmart making a hike. some say it is the best news for workers everywhere, coming up. as your life changes, fidelity is there r your personal economy, helping you readjust along the way, refocus as careers change and kids head off to college, and revisit your investments as retirement gets closer. wherever you are today, fidelity's guida
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, with major outperformance from transportation stocks and home building stock, material, energy, financials were strong as well. and even though a lot of people are convinced this will be another lackluster quarter for earnings growth, you know the s&p 500 is within roughly 1% of a historic high. now, my take on earnings this quarter is pretty simple. the estimates are for earnings growth of 1 to about 3%. they vary. but the final number invariably is three points higher than the initial number for start of the quarters so earnings are likely to be up 4% to 6%. that's below the historic average. the average is 8% growth. but it's not disaster. what about the flat top line growth everyone is worried ab? i don't like it either. but if we get better economic growth, that's going to change too. now remember, larry, just like nobody believed in the stock market rally for the last years, nobody believes the u.s. economy can stand on its own two feet with the fed behind it but that may be another fallacy. >> many thanks to our friend. here's our quick take. stocks discounted the fed's de facto pol
is this onshoring of manufacturing that's coming from the shale gas development. the fact that energy prices are so low in the u.s. is driving manufacturing here. what happens when you build a plant? you have to finance it. and guess who is financing it? it is the midlevel banks. it is not the big guys. adam: jason, scott, i appreciate it. we're going to change liz's name because of citigroup to meredith whitney. jason pried thank you very much. scott, we'll see you in a few minutes when the s&p futures close. liz: oil was sent to a 15-month high yesterday. today however is a very different story. we'll tell you what happened and where the market in energy is headed. two top on lates -- analysts duke it out in our street fight. that's next. adam: china's economy may be starting to slow down but it is not just chinese companies that could actually suffer. we'll break down specific stocks and sectors at risk. we'll help you protect your invests. >>> we want to hear from you, the smartphone war is heating up as nokia unvales its new phone and google preps for the launch of its new motorola x. who will
commitment to america. bp supports nearly 250,000 jobs here. through all of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. >>> welcome back to "squawk box." elizabeth warren teaming up with john mccain to push for a new glass stegeal bill that would break up the big banks. two of the nation's biggest financial plays will be reporting quarterly results, jpmorgan and wells fargo. joining us is chris whalen, executive vice president. this whole glass stegeal thing, will it even pass? is it moot? >> i don't think this bill has a chance of passing. what i tell people about this, when we put the volcker rule in place, we went down the road to glass stegeal. we restricted the activities of the banks. if you look at jpmorgan, after the london whale fiasco, that whole portfolio is passive. all the people working in the office had been fired. there is less liquidity. they were a marketmaker. look at last month.
below the budget request could force unilateral cuts and medium energy nuclear physics operations. and that these reductions could delay the start of the commissioning of the 12 g.e.d. project which is scheduled to start in the first quarter of fiscal year 2014. therefore i'm asking the chairman, if he would be willing to work with me and my colleagues in virginia and others who support the priorities of the nuclear physics community, to work toward completing this important construction project and to begin operations in a timely fashion. mr. frelinghuysen: will the gentleman yield? mr. rigell: yes, certainly. mr. frelinghuysen: i thank my deleeg for -- colleague for his interest in strong advocacy on behalf of the jefferson lab and for the nuclear physics program. our allocation has made for some tough choices and we borked -- worked hard to fund the office of science at $32 million above current levels, postsequester. this level of funding is sufficient to support a $7.5 million increase for the medium energy nuclear physics program which goes to the jefferson lab. i want to th
have no energy to look for her anymore. i don't know where to go. >> an anguished crowd bearing images of loved ones quickly gathered around us. bilquis' daughter shahinoor is among those missing. many here gave dna samples in hopes a match could be found with someone buried. so far, they said, no word and no compensation. >> translator: i had two sons and a daughter-in-law working on the second floor. we got the bodies of my older son and daughter-in-law but they haven't found my younger son. >> reporter: i don't know about my future. i have no strength. and it is difficult for me to move. i pray to allah. i want a job. i need to start again. >> apparel makers, high fashion and bargain names alike, have been lured here by the low wages. the minimum wage is just $37 a month. in barely two decades, bangladesh has become second only to china in garment manufacturing. but all this has come at huge expense to workers, says nazma enforcement of safety rules and the suppression of labor unions, issues the u.s. government cited last week as it suspended trade privileges for some bangladeshi i
to manage energy use. >> this modernization of our gr id needs the city of chicago is going into the 21st century at this factory powered by a 21st century system. >> ge has recently been cleared to deliver four million smart meters locally over the next eight to nine years. those meters will be made on the south side, which is also where smart grid installation will begin. >> timing is everything when it comes to a baby's first taste of real food. next, why when that first bite happens can affect chances for disease later in life. >> also, what's behind thousands of dollars in damage done to a popular chicago playing field. >> and a michigan woman picks the wrong guy when she went out looking for a hitman to kill her husband. >> here are tonight's winning lottery numbers. >> in tonight's medical watch, timing is everything when you start feeding your infant. when you start feeding them could put ythem at risk for diabetes. waiting until after 6 months also creates problems. the journal of pediatrics reports on the ideal time to add solid food is between four-six months. type 1 diabetes i
over to the clean energy? is somethinge that is not 50 years ago anymore. now it is 50 years later, and we are starting to see the effects happening. guest: fried, there are a lot of things that have been done, and the president has beedone some things like that in order. the lady in texas may not be too thrilled about that, but we have higher standards for automobiles, so they are will have to get more miles to the gallon. that will help with climate change. there are all kinds of ways -- there is a light bulb issue, which republicans made a big deal about. save a lot of energy with new labels that saves you money in the long run. those types of changes to move to a more energy-efficient economy are really important. they're going to happen. more and more people using solar at the cost comes down. we need to bring the cost down to make it more available. we just saw the first transcontinental solar airplane flight. no fuel except the son, flew all the way from the west coast to new york. i think the future is going to be solar, and the future is going to be wind, and we need to ge
california jobs because they have so much energy in the state. >> i know. >> they could turn the state around. >> they never turn around. that's the -- nevermind. no, i've had it, okay. got it. tom, thank you very much indeed. i got to move op quickly to nicole who has news on blackberry. the top guy there says, relax. he's only just started the program of renewal and the stock's down. >> right. they say, look, it's a turn around process, saving money, trying to get more units out on the blackberry 10 operating system. in the meantime, the stock tanked, down 2 #.5%. they are open to alliances, but one thing, stuart, and i'm sure the viewers appreciate it. this is the newer one, the curve. this is my old one from 2006, the 8700 model, okay? some people, like me and others, like the old one, big buttons, easy to use, this new one i had for two and a half weeks was so difficult to use the buttons. the new ones are supposed to be better than the old ones, and maybe it is, but i have to tell you, i can shoot out e-mails op this thing no problem. this one? problem. >> you know, you just killed that
good. but i see the prices going up and up on everything. energy prices are going through the roof this year. global warming, which i think is not proven fact. i think it is all in the money aspect of what taxation can do. to dearborn, michigan on the democrats line, the same kind of thing. you are mixed on whether you are confident in the economy. caller: i'm slightly optimistic about the economy, especially the gold prices being the lowest in a couple of years. it is a cyclical cycle. , theially in michigan house prices here are quite lower than 2008 and they have started to pickup now. -- michigan is a big manufacturing state ca. so it is optimistic to see a report such as this. host: again, we are asking you about your confidence in the job numbers. 195 thousand jobs in june, but they improved the numbers for may and april as well. they made those numbers go a little higher based on further data. the unemployment rate stayed at 7.6% halfway through the year. an editorial from "the wall street journal." it caller mentioned part-time jobs or low-wage jobs. to hillsboro, new hamps
" the u.s. warns climate change could cause more energy breakdown. is vulnerabletem to increasingly severe and costly weather events, according to a report from the department of energy to be published today. also, the rift among democrats calls efforts to reverse a ride and college loan rates. a bipartisan senate coalition on wednesday blocked a democratic proposal to retroactively cut interest rates on higher education loans and half, leaving any student -- student loan n-rescued and out and leading their divisions among democrats on how to resolve the dispute. times,"new york democrats shrugging off the delay of the health-care law employers that large have to give their employees health insurance. they are affirming their support for the health law. we will hear from members of congress later on this morning and get their perspective on the health-care law story. we are also seeing u.s. senat ors are concerned about the sale of smithfield food, the nation's largest pork producer. the head of the company told skeptical lawmakers on capitol hill yesterday that the proposed 4.7 billion do
forestry, energy, crop insurance groups expressed their opposition to splitting the farm bill and urged house leaders to pass a five-year farm bill. when such a large group of organizations both with a different if not conflicting priority can come together and agree on something, we should listen to them. doing the exact opposite of what everyone with a stake in this bill urges us to do, in my opinion, does not make sense and is not the way to achieve success. i don't see a clear path forward from here. there is no assurance from the republican leadership that this -- passing this bill will allow us to begin a conference with the senate in a timely manner. in fact, the republican leadership has told agriculture groups to support this bill as a way to go to conference, while also telling republican members fearful of the wrath of conservative groups to opposition that there will be no conference or at least not without first getting concessions from the senate. concessions from the senate will never agree to. there is a very real chance we could end up in a situation like we have with t
beginning with one that focuses on energy and water programs. both chambers return monday at 2:00 p.m. eastern or you watch the house live on c-span, the c-nate live on c-span two -- span2. >> coming up next, a conversation between former president bill clinton and new jersey governor chris christie about natural disaster preparation. makers" with dr. ardis hoven. five years from now, we will still be looking at a world that is dominated by the traditional tv packages. people have waited for years to see the package will part. it is starting to happen. you're starting to see erosion around the edges not through some seismic change in the business model or technology, but through the leakage of people out of the system at a very slow but accumulating right. over 10 years tom a that will be a very -- years, they'll be a very large audience. the entertainment industry will have to address that and serve them. >> were tried to up an opportunity for broadcasters to turn in some of their respective rights if they choose to. get a part of the option proceeds. >> more of what is happening i
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, helping walmart conserve energy. even today, when our store does well, i earn quarterly bonuses. when people look at me, i hope they see someone working their way up. vo: opportunity, that's the real walmart. it's been a happy union. he does laundry, and i do the cleaning. there's only two of us... how much dirt can we manufacture? more than you think. very little. [ doorbell rings ] [ lee ] let's have a look, morty. it's a sweeper. what's this? what's that? well we'll find out. we'll find out. [ lee ] it goes under all the way to the back wall. i came in under the assumption that it was clean. i've been living in a fool's paradise! oh boy... there you go... morty just summed it up. the next 44 years we'll be fine. ...and we inspected his brakes for free. -free is good. -free is very good. [ male announcer ] now get 50% off brake pads and shoes at meineke. ♪ here i go again on my own >>> nothing says 6:25 in the morning like white snake. that's what i always say. welcome back to "new day" everybody. it's thursday, july 11th. i'm chris cuomo. >> i feel like we should be head banging
conserve energy. even today, when our store does well, i earn quarterly bonuses. when people look at me, i hope they see someone working their way up. vo: opportunity, that's the real walmart. ♪ it's about where you're going. the new ram 1500. best-in-class 25 mpg. ♪ north american truck of the year. ♪ the truck of texas. better residual value than ford and chevy. it's the fastest-growing truck brand in america. guts. glory. ram. >>> it's time to look at our morning papers. the dallas morning news from our parade of papers, randy travis out of surgery following a stroke suffered yesterday. it's the latest setback in the country singer's battle with congestive heart failure. travis, who was first hospitalized on sunday, remains in critical condition. and "the chicago tribune" illinois governor path quinn suspended state lawmakers pay yesterday after they failed to come to a resolution on pension reform. the state's unfunded pension liability has ballooned to more than $100 billion. the governor has voluntarily suspended his own pay until that matter is resolved. and is it me, is there
there's no energy to raise wages and pay people what they're worth. so this nlrb standing impacts every single person that's watching this show. you got to get in the game. >> fred, the steelworkers have been on the front line of all of this for a long time. what would it mean not having an nlrb? what would that leave for workers in their future. >> the mayor is right. the nlrb has not been designed to promote issues that affect organized labor. over 85 million workers that work for private employers are covered by the national labor relations act and only function of the national labor relations board is to enforce the provisions of that act and that act gives workers what we consider workplace democracy, give them the right to minimum wage, the nlrb set minimum wage laws, set laws for parental leaves, give workers the right to join the union if they elect to but as far as the steelworkers are concerned what this means ed, many cases that we have pending in the nlrb will not be resolved. we got cases of workers that have been locked out, workers that have tried to join our union and at
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for this threat. lastly, venezuelan bolivian state-owned enterprises in energy and translation sector provide a bill for iran's growing military footprint in the region. that did not exist a few years ago. mr. chairman, too often analyst make the mistake of looking for the smoking gun. and million dollar while a transfer, or a missile silo. iran and the allies are too clever for that. they invented chess. after every move they make in the hemisphere, everything is calculated, thinking two steps ahead. just because we do not seem to meet service is not mean there is nothing behind the surface. the absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence. for my investigation, i've discovered that iran definitely has the potential to harm our allies in the western hemisphere. >> thank you. ourchair will recognize next witness. >> i appreciate the opportunity to pay before you both today. -- was not able to present his findings. all thatroceedings are more important. designing policies to counter threats to the american homeland requires understanding its strategy and intentions. the partisan politics
't have enough. >> my parents spent a lot of time and energy in us and making us who we are. there are people that look like me, that live where i live, and who are now dealing with situations and struggles that i never have seen. i've never seen the inside of a jail. i can't tell you what a gun looks like. i don't know what drugs or even alcohol looks like. and i have to give all that credit to my dad along with my mom, and they put the fear of god in us. you know, you have to work hard, you have to look people in the eye. >> moyers: tell me about keith. >> he has gone far. he's beyond our expectations. but keith has told me a lot of times, "mom, i don't want to be like you and dad." >> moyers: meaning? >> bill, when it's time to eat, they want to eat. they don't want to do like dad and i and start, you know, saying... making excuses why you're not hungry. we're gonna keep filling the racks. go by color, not by size. >> i'm inspired by my parents, but that's also made me make a lot of tough decisions where i say, "i'm not going to make those decisions because i don't want t
denied term,mation in the second the votes of been big. the department of energy was 97- 0. the low one, jack lew only got 71 votes. they are getting overwhelming votes in the senate. as has been stated, there have been 199 lower court confirmations. two were defeated. if you look at this year, the number that have been confirmed as 28 judges. at the same time, in president bush's second, the number was 10. in processing time, it has been a lot faster. they are getting 100 days faster in terms of the rate of which judges are getting to the process here. there is no foundation, no bases upon which the democrats should do what they are talking about doing. as somebody who came here back in 2005, and came into office on this argument, because the democrats were holding up president bush's judicial nominees, and there was a debate about whether or not to exercise a nuclear option, many of us refresh rate is with the pace of the senate. were some pathetic to that argument. fortunately, cooler heads prevailed. there were lots of things he wanted to do legislatively. we would love to have gott
court in confutes -- put that into fusion energy. tyson. republican calller. just have peacee on earth? enough with the killing and violence going from continent in -- to consonant with our guns and bombs. peace on earth. god bless you. host: craig in north carolina. the obama administration don't want to read it it made a mistake -- made ao admit they mistake. if they do, they will have to pull back the money they are giving the muslim brotherhood, but they do not want to do that. they want to support them. i did not think we ought to be supporting them anyway. over there.they do that is the way it is. times""the washington -- here is what the white house folks -- white house press secretary had to say of the issue of money to egypt. the timel take necessary to review what has taken place and monitor efforts by the egyptian authorities to include a democratic way forward. as we do, we will review our requirements under the law and do so consistent with the policy objectives. yesterdaycarney talking about the money and whether or not like some have said we should stop the money to egyp
on these issues. richardson's resume at first glance does not scream "korea." he has been energy secretary, governor of new mexico. he is here because of his longtime involvement on the north korea question and because he has, on so many occasions, been there for peace and tougher climates. he has negotiated with saddam hussein and many others. he has had eight of those trips to north korea that i mentioned earlier. earlier this year, ambassador richardson, governor richardson, leadersinvestor of including google chairman eric schmidt and he has a wealth of experience in a place where most people have none at all. as ambassador donald gregg, whose career has been profoundly tied to the korean peninsula as ambassador to korea, national leftity advisor, after he government, he was chairman of the korea society here in new the chairmans now emeritus. he has been and still is an advocate for greater engagement with the north and he has been there five times. to johnecial welcome williams. until recently, he was international at a tour at the bbc and i held that same position at abc and i would
's a tough issue because it's expensive and it's hard to get people onboard with paying more for energy and things like that. so, i think that having a victory, democratic victory in kentucky would be easier for people who want to see climate change stuff happen. but there are broader questions about how to get that focus and get really fired up on it. >> i want to thank sahil kapur. an update on the latest in egypt, after this. with o ur " name your price" tool, people pick a price and we help them find a policy that works for them. huh? also... we've been working on something very special. [ minions gasp, chuckle ] ohhh! ohhh! one day the world... no, the universe will have the pricing power they deserve. mouhahaha! mouhahaha! mouhahaha! ooh-hee-hee-hee! blaaaah! we'll work on it. wah-hah-hah! stopping at nothing to help you save. aren't always the most obvious. take the humble stevia plant, with a surprising secret to share: sweetness. truvia sweetener. zero-calorie sweetness, born from the stevia leaf. from nature, for sweetness. >>> new round of violence erupted in cairo between so
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